Galisteo Basin Preserve

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The 13,522-acre Galisteo Basin Preserve includes vast protected open space, miles of public trails, and a range of private conservation properties. In combination with approximately 9,800 acres of adjoining federal, state, and Santa Fe County public lands, it helps create a regional open space area of more than 22,000 acres.

The West Basin, the Preserve’s first development, anchors the southwestern boundary with five off-the-grid equestrian homesteads along County Road 42. Just north of this neighborhood lie the Preserve’s premier Conservation Ranches. Three additional neighborhoods are located on the east side of the Preserve, accessed by US Hwy 285. These include New Moon Overlook, sited along the Preserve’s northern rim; Southern Crescent, which looks out across the Preserve’s southern expanse 1/2 mile from the proposed village site; and the East Preserve equestrian properties. Trenza, the proposed village at the Galisteo Basin Preserve, will occupy roughly 300 acres in the Preserve's northeastern corner.

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